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Synopsis: Let Disorder Dictate Topology

Author(s): Matteo RiniBy varying the amount of disorder in a photonic crystal, researchers can control several topological features of the crystal.[Physics 13, s123] Published Thu Sep 24, 2020

Viewpoint: Shining a Light on Hidden Spin Dynamics

Author(s): Darío A. ArenaResearchers combine ferromagnetic resonance with x-ray reflectivity to map out the complex spin behavior of a magnetic multilayer.[Physics 13, 151] Published Thu Sep 24, 2020

Synopsis: Filaments Move Quickly Through a Crowd

Author(s): Rachel BerkowitzA dense network inhibits the rotation of self-propelled protein filaments but unexpectedly promotes their overall diffusivity.[Physics 13, s121] Published Wed Sep 23, 2020

Viewpoint: A Precise Parity-Violation Measurement in Light Nuclei

Author(s): Matthias R. Schindler and Roxanne P. SpringerA new measurement from the n3He Collaboration advances understanding of parity violation in few-nucleon systems.[Physics 13, 149] Published Wed Sep 23, 2020

Arts & Culture: Scientists Take on Poetry

Author(s): Katherine WrightStuck with how to present your latest scientific project? Try a poem.[Physics 13, 150] Published Tue Sep 22, 2020

Synopsis: Massive Mirrors Feel Fluctuating Photon Forces

Author(s): Marric StephensThe LIGO and Virgo experiments measure a previously unobserved quantum effect acting at the macroscopic scale.[Physics 13, s113] Published Tue Sep 22, 2020

Opinion: Quantum at Scale

Author(s): Joseph S. Broz, Irfan Siddiqi, and Darío GilQuantum technology can only fulfill its promise when it reaches a large scale and proves its value to society.[Physics 13, 146] Published Mon Sep 21, 2020

Trend: Sustainable Plastics Inspired by Nature

Author(s): Peter HalleyPlant-based plastics offer a sustainable alternative to traditional petrochemical plastics. Scientists and engineers are making the shift easier by fine-tuning the structure and function of these biomaterials while also developing better processing techniques.[Physics 13, 126] Published Mon Sep 21, 2020

Research News: Major Physics Publisher Goes Double Blind

Author(s): Matteo RiniIn an effort to increase fairness, the Institute of Physics Publishing plans to anonymize both reviewers and authors during the review process for its journals.[Physics 13, 148] Published Fri Sep 18, 2020

Focus: Compression of Tumors Causes Drug Resistance

Author(s): Dan GaristoPressure that develops as a tumor grows can limit the effectiveness of chemotherapy treatments.[Physics 13, 147] Published Fri Sep 18, 2020

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